70th United States Congress - Major Legislation

Major Legislation

  • March 10, 1928: Settlement of War Claims Act
  • May 15, 1928: Flood Control Act of 1928 (Jones-Reid Act)
  • May 22, 1928: Merchant Marine Act of 1928 (Jones-White Act)
  • May 22, 1928: Forest Research Act (McSweeney-McNary Act)
  • May 22, 1928: Capper-Ketchum Act
  • May 28, 1928: Welsh Act
  • May 29, 1928: Revenue Act of 1928, ch. 852, 45 Stat. 791
  • May 29, 1928: Reed-Jenkins Act
  • December 21, 1928: Boulder Canyon Project Act (Hoover Dam)
  • December 22, 1928: Color of Title Act
  • January 19, 1929: Hawes-Cooper Act
  • February 18, 1929: Migratory Bird Conservation Act (Norbeck-Anderson Act), ch. 257, 45 Stat. 1222
  • March 2, 1929: Increased Penalties Act (Jones-Stalker Act)

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